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After Trio 258 record (CC 72920) with the immense Second Piano Trio, here is Challenge Classics second tribute to Rachmaninov, celebrating his 150th Anniversary. Young cellist Ella van Poucke offers the monumental Cello Sonata, two very early short pieces and the First Piano Trio. As a bonus, she adds a piece dedicated to her by Ukrainian composer Maxim Shalygin This is the much awaited follow-up to Ella's Schumann debut (CC 72871), that was acclaimed by the worldwide press. Gramophone: "this is an impressive album from a soloists whose performances I look forward to hearing more of in the future."
After Trio 258 record (CC 72920) with the immense Second Piano Trio, here is Challenge Classics second tribute to Rachmaninov, celebrating his 150th Anniversary. Young cellist Ella van Poucke offers the monumental Cello Sonata, two very early short pieces and the First Piano Trio. As a bonus, she adds a piece dedicated to her by Ukrainian composer Maxim Shalygin This is the much awaited follow-up to Ella's Schumann debut (CC 72871), that was acclaimed by the worldwide press. Gramophone: "this is an impressive album from a soloists whose performances I look forward to hearing more of in the future."
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Sonata For Cello & Piano, Op. 19
Artist: Rachmaninoff / Shalygin / Poucke
Format: CD
New: In Stock $18.99
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1. Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 19: Lento - Allegro Moderato
2. Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 19: Allegro Scherzando
3. Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 19: Andante
4. Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 19: Allegro Mosso
5. Two Pieces for Cello and Piano Op. 2: Prélude in F Major
6. Two Pieces for Cello and Piano Op. 2: Danse Orientale in a Minor
7. Trio Élégiaque No. 1
8. "Tristissima" for Cello and Piano

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After Trio 258 record (CC 72920) with the immense Second Piano Trio, here is Challenge Classics second tribute to Rachmaninov, celebrating his 150th Anniversary. Young cellist Ella van Poucke offers the monumental Cello Sonata, two very early short pieces and the First Piano Trio. As a bonus, she adds a piece dedicated to her by Ukrainian composer Maxim Shalygin This is the much awaited follow-up to Ella's Schumann debut (CC 72871), that was acclaimed by the worldwide press. Gramophone: "this is an impressive album from a soloists whose performances I look forward to hearing more of in the future."
        
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